Ugly Christmas Sweater party is one of the popular Christmas tradition. Everyone in the party find a tacky Christmas sweater to wear, display them and possibly enter a contest for whose sweater is the ugliest. When you’re planning your party, think tacky. Think cute. You can be as crazy as you want.
Here we rounded up some great ugly Christmas sweater party ideas for you. From DIY Christmas tree sweater and sweater glass candle holders, to ugly Christmas sweater bottle bag and ugly Christmas sweater ornaments, there are so many ways to add tacky holiday fun to your ugly Christmas sweater party.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Ornaments
Handmade ornaments for your party decor! Easy and fun to make and get your kids involved.
A Vomiting Reindeer Ugly Christmas Sweater
DIY Ornament Headband
Would be the perfect addition to your ugly Christmas sweater outfit.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Cake
Set out this super cute and homemade ugly sweater cake on your party and give your guest a big surprise..
DIY Christmas Tree Sweater
Instead of crafting a Christmas tree onto a sweater, just strategically place ornaments, tinsel, and a star topper to become the tree itself! I love this on my ugly Christmas sweater party! .
Sweater Glass Candle Holders
Create these very cute sweater big glass candle holders! They would be perfect table centerpieces on your dinning room table for an ugly christmas sweater party.
DIY Ugly Sweater Invitations
To add a little extra flair to your party with this DIY ugly sweater invitation. Easy, quick and super fun to make with your kids!
DIY Wine Class Cover
Cute Couples Ugly Christmas Sweaters
There’s nothing better than going to an ugly sweater party when you and your parter have matching outfits. Check out this funniest ugly sweater ideas for couples!.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Cozy
Clean out all the old sweaters and create these cute cup cozzies for a cookie exchange party or an ugly christmas sweater party.
DIY Tacky Christmas Sweater Party Photo Booth
It was a really fun way to keep our guests entertained with this DIY project.
Ugly Christmas Sweater Bottle Cover Station
Ugly Christmas Sweater Bottle Cover Station.
Ugly Sweater Party Banner
This banner is a fun prop for your party! It will look great hanging on your mantle or in your window.
Party Favor: Ugly Christmas Sweater Bottle Bag
Help your guests remember your party forever by providing some sweet and tacky party favors. This Ugly Sweater wine bottle bags are so great and is also a festive way to give a Christmas gift of true holiday spirit..
Ugly Sweater Holiday Party Awards
Fun Sign for an Ugly Sweater Party
Create this simple and fun welcome sign for your Christmas party.
Voting Box for an Ugly Sweater Party
Dress up the voting box with your old sweaters. Easy party decor ideas!
Ugly Christmas Sweater Party Wine Glasses
These fun wine glasses would be great hostess gifts for your host or for your own party.
Old Picture Frame with Lights Photo Prop
Take out an old picture frame and dress it up with soem fairy and string lights. It would be a fantastic photo prop for your ugly Christmas sweater party.
DIY Skirt of Bows
If you have get an ugly Christmas sweater party to go to, this will be a great costume idea for you. Get hot glue tinsel and gift bows to make this spectacularly tacky skirt.
Ugly Sweater Sugar Cookies
Treat your guests with these homemade ugly sweater sugar cookies in your party! It is just your typical sugar cookie recipe for this and then it is up to your creativity to decorate your sweater cookie as ugly as you can. See instructions via
Welcome to the KLTR Our Kids Love To Read Linky and sausage and chips giveaway.
I co-host KLTR with Laura from Laura’s Lovely Blog. This is a Linky dedicated to something we both love. Laura as a bookworm and English graduate and I’m a previous Early Years Teacher. We both feel passionate about encouraging and sharing the love of reading with our kids.
KLTR will go live on the 3rd Monday each month. You can link up anything related to encouraging children to read, be it book reviews, activities or phonics we want to hear about them.
Ideas of the kind of posts to link up
Simply write about reading with children, share your love and your children’s love of books, what do you love to read together, how do you encouraging reading and books with your little or not so little ones? Books you love or book reviews.
All you need to do to join is:
– Link up your blog post to Inlinks on below.
– Grab the Kids Love to Read badge and pop it in your post.
– Use the #KLTR hashtag on Twitter and Instagram
– Share the love – Please comment on the host’s posts and on 2 other blogs listed on the Linky
Having recently rebranded from Daysinbed to The Inspiration Edit and having our one year anniversary of #KLTR we decided to update our lovely linky badge. We hope you like it!
Laura and I love to read the posts linked up and each month we choose our favourite post to share on our blog.
Laura’s favourite from September was Book Themed Day 3 Jack and the beanstalk by Happy Mummy
My favourite post was 366 Books in 366 Days: Delightful Dragons by Along Came Poppy.
Thanks for Linking Up
[inlinkz_linkup id=670261 mode=1]
Laura and Angela x
The giveaway book for October is called Sausages and Chips by Rick Joyce. We have one copy to giveaway.
*Entrants must reside in the UK or Ireland. The competition closes on the 31st October 2016. One winner will be randomly chosen. You can Enter Below
When Sylvia was born I did not know what kind of hair she would have. I knew she would be half Tongan and so it could have been more fuzzy like her birth father’s or straight like mine. As she grew it became clear she had beautiful curls.
I think Sylvia’s curls make her unique. They are gorgeous and perfect. She can get away with super tight curls or the untamed look and always looks fab. She has from time to time said she wants straight hair like mummy but then I would like curls like Sylvia.
I guess thats the awesome thing about Iron straighteners and curlers, you can have either or.
At the end of the day I think she is perfect as she is and wouldn’t have it any other way! I really love my daughter’s hair. Her curls are gorgeous and it’s wonderful to see every day.
Does your baby have curly hair?
If your looking for some fabulous tips to perfect and protect your child’s curls then why not take a look at this fabulous post over on the Mommy My Way Blog. Nikki Santori talks about how she manages her child’s biracial baby hair. Her post is a great read and super useful.
Tiny Trolls of Norway Fleece Outfit Sylvia’s Style
This week Sylvia received a fantastic new outfit from Tiny Trolls of Norway which is an unique store for little ones and children based in Norway. Trolls of Norway sell warm clothing such as Winter suits, coveralls, rain suits. Fleece and Microfleece outfits.
We first discovered Trolls of Norway via Twitter and I was really impressed with the look and design of the Fleece’s on the shop website. When we were given the opportunity to review a Fleece Suit I was really excited and Sylvia chose the pink outfit.
There are a number of designs and styles and we really liked the 2 piece StoreTroll Fleece. The material 100 percent polyester which is very soft and really warm.
The fleece Jacket and trousers have the Tiny Trolls of Norway logo embossed which is a cute design and the seams are overlock stitched with in contrast colours to help the outfit stand out.
As Autumn and soon Winter is approaching this fleece outfit is the ideal Cold weather warmer for my daughter and she really does love it. I was not sure whether Sylvia would like a fleece top and trousers as she really is a dress kind of girl but she loves it so much and commented that it is so soft and warm.
This outfit will be the perfect winter warmer to wear in the evenings as Sylvia walks the Dogs Yoda and Casper with her dad and the outfit is really going to be a great addition to Sylvia’s clothing collection for the season.
I am really impressed with the quality of the clothes from Tiny Trolls of Norway. Sometimes you get an item and it can be really flimsy and cheap. This is a real quality item and I’m really grateful for the opportunity for us to review it.
Sylvia is really happy and pleased and when asked to describe her new fleece Jacket and trousers in three words she said, “Spectacular, Amazing and Soft”. I think it’s a winner for Winter. The Storetroll outfit can be purchased online for £49.99. It is best washed separately and should not be placed in the tumble dryer. I think it’s a great quality item from a very unique Children’s clothing store and look forward to seeing my daughter enjoy this item.
Disclosure: We were sent the item for review and all opinions are honest and my own.
Thankyou Tiny Trolls of Norway for the lovely outfit.